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Wine Tasmania is the state’s wine industry association and represents over 100 wine grape growers and winemakers who collaborate to produce a strategic plan for industry development.
Head here for Tasmania’s official government tourism site. It’s a great site to find things to do and see, or you can go straight to history and heritage; lifestyle and culture; outdoor adventure; wilderness and wildlife and, of course, food and wine.
The site has a comprehensive, up to date list of breweries and distilleries; farms and produce; food and wine journeys; pub walks; restaurants; vineyards and wine routes.
Spirit of Tasmania Sailings
The newly renovated Spirits 1 and 2 are a great way to start your Tasmanian wine holiday. Bring your car so you can take plenty of Tasmania’s best drops home with you.
Royal Hobart Wine Show
Established in 1974, the Royal Hobart Wine Show has become one of Australia’s largest capital city wine shows. Held annually in November.
Tasmanian Wines Show
This wine judging event is held annually in January and is open to Tasmanian wines only. Since its inception in 1990, it has helped Tasmanian winemaking gain focus and assisted with the development of truly Tasmanian styles.
Tasmanian Government site promoting Tasmania’s unique and beautiful brands and investment opportunities.
The historic Richmond village lies in the heart of the Coal Valley wine region. Stop in for a visit, stay in a B&B and gather up-to-date touring information.
Hobart & Beyond
Feeling a little adventurous? Perhaps you’re looking for a different tipple. If so, Hobart & Beyond is a great site for southern Tasmanian food, wine and touring. Includes a comprehensive list of wineries, breweries (craft beer and cider) and Tasmania’s fabulous whiskey distilleries.
Visit Vineyards – www.visitvineyards.com
This is an excellent source of information for lovers of Australian food, wine and travel, where you can discover Australia’s leading vineyards and wineries.